Voltaire described pheasants as: "the Dish of the Gods". One of the most beautiful birds in all of nature, naturalists and hunters enjoy them alike. The distinctive cackle of the pheasant rooster brings excitement and anticipation to all that hear it. This enticing upland bird and waterfowl sanctuary creates the same emotion. Truly, a hunting and fishing paradise! The 206 level acres is bounded on the north with over a quarter of a mile of Flathead River frontage, brimming with northern pike, cutthroat, rainbow and lake trout, sunfish, crappie, perch, and large-mouth bass. The eastern boundary fronts on Ashley Creek, a favorite of local waterfowl enthusiasts. The property includes an ownership share in the private four-member Ashley Creek boat park, complete with boat ramp, and dock.